Tell us your big ideas for reducing or eliminating greenhouse gas emissions!
In response to the climate crisis, the City of San Luis Obispo City Council directed staff to update the City’s climate action plan with a target of carbon neutrality by 2035.
A climate action plan guides city and community action for reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The update process includes three phases. In this first phase, the City an community are generating ideas and understanding the universe of what is possible. In the second phase, the City and the community will begin refining actions. In the third phase, the updated Climate Action Plan will be presented to City Council for adoption (expected to occur in December of 2019).
During the update process, the City will be conducting an extensive outreach effort. For Phase 1, the City held a workshop to explain what a climate action plan is and to gather big ideas on key topic areas. A recording of the presentation and the presentation slides are available here. If you missed the workshop, this Open City Hall survey is your chance to be heard. Phase 2 and 3 workshop dates will be announced shortly.
Note: additional outreach and education is occurring in partnership with the SLO Climate Coalition, which is hosting the SLO Climate Solutions Forum Series. More information can be found at www.carbonfreeslo.org.
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